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  • Carolyn Jeanette Bonner (1945 - 2011)
    Birth: Jan. 22, 1945 Monroe (Ouachita Parish) Ouachita Parish Louisiana, USA Death: Apr. 11, 2011 Euless Tarrant County Texas, USA EULESS, TEXAS -- Carolyn Jeanette Bonner, 66, went home to be with...
  • Elizabeth Harris (1740 - 1828)
  • Elizabeth Crowder (1795 - d.)
    Source: England Marriages, 1538-1973 MyHeritage.com [online database]. Lehi, UT, USA: MyHeritage (USA) Inc. Record: Elizabeth Bonner & Anderson Crowder Country: United Kingdom; State: England; Film: ...
  • Hypatia Bonner (1858 - 1935)
  • Jane (NN) Bonner [Convict "Prince of Wales" 1788 died en-route] (1765 - 1787)
    Jane ? was born c1765 Jane married ? BONNER and they had the following children child Jane was convicted of stealing clothing and sentenced to 7 years transportation. Her husband and child di...

About the Bonner surname

The Bonner surname can be derived from a town in Scotland; or it can mean a chain of hills; hills for tillage; or, the hill of slaughter.The Cornish British, Bonar, means the house of slaughter. Origins can also be Irish or Polish, but ultimately are pre 8th century Old French. As such it is derived from the phrase de bonne aire, meaning of handsome or of good bearing. It was adopted into Middle English as bonere or bonour, and used as a nickname for someone having those qualities, or humorously, someone the opposite.

Variations: Bonar, Boner, Bonners, Bonnar, Bonare,Bonnaire (meaning "good manners"), Boneur (meaning "good hour"), Bona, Booner, Bonney, Bonher

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